Electromechanical actuator and stabiliser bearing
The flaps open and close depending on whether GT’s wing is up or down, so the car remains aerodynamically balanced from front to back at all speeds. When the wing is up, the ducts close to increase downforce; when the wing is down, the ducts open to decrease downforce.
– multi-stage adjustable rear wing
– additional mechanical adjustable rear spoiler
– active diffusors in the front underfloor
– cooling air fins in the front apron air intakes
The variable rear wing involves the carbon fibre wing blade with aerodynamically optimised profile and an electro-hydraulic drive to extract (maximum 120 millimetres) / retract and tilt (between two to 14° respectively).
Aerodynamics configurations of the rear wing, front diffusor and air intakes (efficiency/start, speed, performance) and their effects
High Capacity Active Steering (HICAS)
In 1986, Nissan launched their HICAS system on the rear axle of the R31 Skyline Coupe.